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July 5, 2012 // 12:56 pm - SuperBot Entertainment Community Manager Daniel Maniago has announced today that EVO gamers can soon go hands-on with PlayStation All-Stars Battle Royale on PS3 and PS Vita!

To quote: We know fans have been hungry for more information about PlayStation All-Stars Battle Royale after E3, so it's time to deliver!

We're excited to announce that we will be participating in the annual Evolution Championship Series (EVO) taking place this weekend from July 6-8 at Caesars Palace Hotel and Casino in Las Vegas.

As PlayStation's premier crossover fighting game, we will be participating in a number of activities throughout the weekend. If you're going to be in town, we'd love for you stop by and join us to check out the latest and greatest from PlayStation All-Stars Battle Royale.

First up, on Friday, July 6th, we will be showcasing the game on the main stage of the tournament hall at 6:00 p.m. Pacific Time. You won't want to miss this special presentation as we'll be unveiling our newest All-Stars (along with a few other surprises) in a live exhibition by the SuperBot team!

We also invite you to join us for our panel presentation on Saturday, July 7th at 2:00 p.m. Straight from the developer, Superbot Entertainment, Omar Kendall, Paul Edwards, Tommy Ho, Artavan Mhkikian, Edward Ma, and Daniel Maniago (that's me!) will be discussing the finer points of the game engine as well as answering fan questions.

Of course, EVO attendees can come get hands-on time with PlayStation All-Stars Battle Royale at the PlayStation booth in the exhibit hall throughout the weekend. Check it out on the PS3 and experience true cross-play with the PS Vita. Fans will even get a chance to play all-new content following our announcement on Friday evening.

So come visit us and give the game a try! On top of that, players that register in the booth will receive a free month of PS Plus (while supplies last) and the chance to win 1 of 10 PSAS copies at release!

Below are the details on all of our activities at the show. We look forward to seeing you there.

EXHIBITION: PlayStation All-Stars Battle Royale Exhibition Presentation
Friday, July 6 | 6:00 - 6:15pm
Augustus Ballroom - Main Stage (Caesars Palace Hotel)

PANEL: SuperBot Entertainment: Here Comes A New Challenger
Saturday, July 7 | 2:00 - 3:30pm
Emperors Ballroom (Caesars Palace Hotel)
SuperBot Entertainment will be showing off its new game, PlayStation All-Stars Battle
Royale, at EVO 2012! Omar Kendall, Edward Ma, Paul Edwards, Tommy Ho, Artavan
Mkhikian, and Daniel Maniago will be giving a detailed rundown on the technical aspects of
the game engine as well as answer any questions that players might have. Join us for the inside

BOOTH: PlayStation Booth
Friday, July 6: 8:00am - 6:00pm
Saturday, July 7: 8:00am - 6:00pm
PlayStation All-Stars Battle Royale hands-on gameplay - PS3, PS Vita and Cross-Play.
Augustus Ballroom - Tournament Hall (Caesars Palace Hotel)

Finally, below are highlights from the PlayStation All-Stars Battle Royale Comic-Con 2012 panel!

EVO: Go Hands-On with PlayStation All-Stars Battle Royale on PS3

EVO: Go Hands-On with PlayStation All-Stars Battle Royale on PS3

EVO: Go Hands-On with PlayStation All-Stars Battle Royale on PS3

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#2 - NTA - July 5, 2012 // 8:57 pm
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Well I don't think kids were the major target of most FPS games. I thought most had at M rating or similar. Maybe sony should do that. That'll get a bunch of 13/14 year olds on that game LOL. Hopefully there will be less arguing or none at all -_-

#1 - properBo - July 5, 2012 // 8:35 pm
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I predict this title will be a massive failure and that at least one sony big wig will resign. To me this is a lot like battleship the movie, why would they put all of their time and resources into something that isn't very exciting, or that nobody really wants.